Oil on Board
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I have lost count of how many paintings I have wiped off this week! It seems to be a time of finding a new way and not alot is working right now. I've often thought of the words of an art prof of mine many years ago--I had reached a plateau and drawing wasn't going as well as it usually had. He told me not to worry, that it was because I was learning something new. I don't know how many times I have passed that on to my own students over the years when they get discouraged, but I sure don't like having to deal with it myself--especially after so many drawings, paintings and so many years. I guess there are two ways to look at it: 1. I will never find a place to "rest" with my painting where things predictably work or, 2., I will never find a place to "rest" with my painting because there is always growth and change. Ok, I know the answer. . .it just isn't always very pleasant!! (: Happy growth in painting to us all!